Woman's Murder Stuns Community, Tour Bus Flips Top Regional News
Other headlines include alleged dapper bandit arrested, Bernardsville man survives fatal helicopter crash.
Those who live and work in the area of Lake Hiawatha's Kazumi Sushi restaurant, where authorities say a woman was stabbed to death by her husband, said they were stunned. The man charged with the crime told authorities her stab wounds were self inflicted, according to the assistant prosecutor.
A tour bus on its way to Manhattan from Toronto overturned on the Interstate 80 exit ramp to Route 46 in Wayne, sending 12 passengers—including eight in critical condition—to area hospitals, Wayne Police said.
A Warren man has been arrested for a series of four bank robberies and one attempted robbery that took place at Morris County banks over the span of a little more than one month.
Hopatcong second-grader receives calming influence from pet, helping to prevent daily tantrums and manic episodes that she has endured her whole life.
Accident near Mount Pocono in Pennsylvania took place in foggy mountains.
A 34-year-old Belvidere man was killed in a two-car accident on Route 46 in Budd Lake, while two others were taken to the hospital, according to Mount Olive police.
Lake Hiawatha resident, 69, previously pleaded guilty to distributing more than 600 images of child pornography through a "peer-to-peer file network" in September 2010, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman said.
Former Hopatcong and Rutgers football star excited to begin practicing again with Big Blue.
Both vehicles overturn, woman was ejected, after colliding near King George exit, State Police said.
He was charged with disorderly conduct after police said he interfered with an officer who was investigating a noise complaint at a party in July.
Residents call their actions during discussion of PILOT program a "disgrace" and "irresponsible."
John Fugger, an employee of Morristown for nearly 25 years, made unwanted phone calls after hours to female town employee, according to complaint.
Duo allegedly stole $300 from Lake Hiawatha's Rite Aid.
Morris Township Police say a mother bear and her cubs have been spotted by numerous town and township residents in the area of Martin Luther King Avenue, and most recently in the Lake Road section of Patriots Path.
Police say he was struck by a car while crossing Lafayette Avenue near Main Street in Chatham.
16-year-old with a learner's permit, took car while parents were away and crashed into New Providence clothing store, police said.
Issue with JCP&L feeder line through Chatham knocked out electricity, authorities said.